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Panel Attrition: The Analysis of Systematic Nonresponse Error in the Longitudinal Household Survey RLMS-HSE

Student: Sabina Nurmagambetova

Supervisor: Aigul M. Klimova

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Sociology (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This research is dedicated to panel attrition in the longitudinal household survey RLMS-HSE. Non-random attrition can lead to sample bias and misleading estimates in subsequent analysis. The previous study proved that attrition in the longitudinal survey RLMS-HSE is non-random. What factors cause non-random attrition of the RLMS-HSE panel? The research will be conducted in quantitative approach. To answer the research question secondary RLMS-HSE data, based on individual questionnaire, from 2010 to 2018 will be analyzed using the method of logistic hazard regression. As a result of data analysis the common patterns of non-random attrition in the longitudinal household survey RLMS-HSE will be revealed.

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